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Default 30-03-2019, 11:55

Is anyone still using their Koko-Mobile SIM or any other Naka SIM? I am interested in getting a Koko SIM and asked them a question via e-mail and their support form on the website and never got a response.
   
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Default 30-03-2019, 19:11

I encountered that they silently slashed all other incoming numbers beside the original +44. There was a preferred rate going along with the German number, which got cancelled too.

Not sure what's happening at their end. Service works fine, but waiting one week for a service reply as well.


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Default 31-03-2019, 11:36

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Is anyone still using their Koko-Mobile SIM or any other Naka SIM? I am interested in getting a Koko SIM and asked them a question via e-mail and their support form on the website and never got a response.
As a non-customer, I emailed them last year with questions about additional numbers. Never got a reply. If a company doesn't reply to people who are potentially interested in giving them money, that's a big enough red flag in my opinion to never give them money.
   
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Default 28-04-2019, 04:56

Still using my Koko Mobile sim card as a secondary sim in a rugged phone. In the USA, it will work on AT&T (my primary sim card is using a T-Mobile reseller called Mint)...no need to constantly top up the Koko card like a domestic prepaid AT&T MVNO.
It works fine when I am in Bermuda by USSD dialing. Other mobile alternative there were VOIP using a SkyRoam mifi device.
My primary need for Koko is really a backup sim that can use AT&T in the USA but also can roam in countries my primary sim doesn't work in (like Bermuda).
Also my interest in Koko is really for voice and SMS text messaging, since I can get data cheaper domestically or internationally through other means.
Like the switchable profiles and the USSD dialing capability.

My main reason for picking up a Koko sim card was the Piranha debacle...couldn't wait for Piranha to switch from Telna to Jersey Telecom as a background provider. The 2 Piranaha cards were eventually replaced, and now are used in emergency phones for my elderly parents.


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